Within the contemporary print world, there are those who work by hand and those who synthesize analog methods with the newest digital fabricating technology. The new methods that technology provides join more traditional practices as alternatives, expedients, and improvements that with thoughtful implementation can expand the possibilities of conventional printmaking. In this exhibition, curated by Elisabeth Meyer and Sarah Carpenter (B.F.A. ’10), prints from Pace Editions, Inc. demonstrate both the positive relationship between old and new techniques as well as ways in which artists are thinking anew within long-established technical frameworks.
FEATURED WORK BY: Donald Baechler, Barnaby Furnas, Peter Halley, Jane Hammond, Mary Heilmann, Arturo Herrera, Santiago Moix, Katia Santibanez, James Siena (B.F.A. '79), and Corban Walker